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RFC connection from SCM to ERP with issue

Hi Guru,

We installed IDES of SCM and ERP in one box, with the same local ip address -127.0.0.1

But when I setup the RFC at SCM client 890, destination is ERP client 800, somehow it connect to SCM / 800, can you tell me why? and how to fix it?

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    Posted on Sep 24, 2014 at 10:44 AM

    More information:

    Logical system for ERP: T90CLNT090, client : 800

    Logical system for SCM: APOCLNT800 APO System Client 800

    APOCLNT890 APO System Client 890

    when I configuration the RFC ERP to SCM,it works fine, the remote logon successfully logon to SCM/890

    But when I configured the RFC in SCM to ERP, I tried to remote logon ERP/800, but it connect to SCM/800?

    Can you let me know how to fix it? thanks,

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      Hello Richard,

      You have to create another logical name T90CLNT090, client : 090 on ECC side.

      1. Create new log.name T90CLNT090

      2. Assign new Log.name to client 090

      3.Specify APO release - normally this step is already done

      4. Set up new RFC Destination - have to point to SCM logical name

      5. Assign RFC Destination to Diff.Applic..Case - (RL,RQ)

      6.Set target system and Queue Type

      If all these steps are done on ECC side then you can point the RFC Destination from APO to ECC to newly ECC logical name T90CLNT090. In the tab Technical settings you can work with IP Address or Hostname. Try to work with Hostname. In this case the Hostname will be identical with Target Host.

      Thanks, Marius

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